Kenston School News
September 2, 2021 by Staff Report

Kenston High School is hosting its second annual Bomber Bash golf outing to raise funds for A Kid Again charity...

Bomber Bash Golf Outing

Kenston High School is hosting its second annual Bomber Bash golf outing to raise funds for A Kid Again charity. The event will be held Sept. 12 at Tanglewood Golf Course. Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m. with lunch and a shotgun start at 1 p.m. A Brown’s game watch party and tailgate dinner will follow.

Get a foursome together and reserve a spot today. All proceeds will benefit A Kid Again, a local charity supporting families of children with life-threatening illnesses or terminal diagnoses.  Kenston students raised approximately $20,000 at the event last year.

Registration information is available by contacting bomber.bash@kenstonapps.org.

Safe School Hotline

The Ohio Department of Education has partnered with Ohio Homeland Security to offer all Ohio school districts a safe and secure tip line. The tip line can be anonymous or callers have the option to leave contact information. Any threatening information or suspicious activity will be assessed by the Homeland Security team to determine the level of the threat. If it’s determined to be a high-level threat, they will communicate directly with local law enforcement and the school district.

Information that is only school-related, such as bullying, social media issues or other specific information, will be routed directly to the school administrators to address.

Safer Schools Ohio tip/text line is 844-723-3764. Access the number via one’s mobile device on the district and building web pages under Safe School Hotline.

Child Find

As required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA 2004), Kenston Local Schools is conducting the Child Find campaign to identify, locate and evaluate all children with disabilities from age 3 through 21, residing within the school district. This includes Bainbridge and Auburn children with disabilities who are homeless, wards of the state or attending nonpublic schools regardless of the severity of the disability.

If one knows of a child with a disability or a child suspected of having a disability who is not currently receiving appropriate educational and related services, contact special education director Melissa Miller at Kenston’s Special Education Office at 440-543-3013.